Chelsea Skipper John Terry Linked With Summer Move to United Arab Emirates

Stamford Bridge defender wanted by several Middle-East based sides.

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Chelsea skipper John Terry is today being linked with significant interest in his services from a number of sides in the United Arab Emirates according to the Sunday People.

The 32 year old centre-back has been something of a bit part player under Rafa Benitez and with just a year left on his current contract the Blues defender may be open to a move to the Middle-East where he can earn a huge salary and perhaps pick up a longer term contract than he is likely to be offered by Chelsea.

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There is a chance that Roman Abramovich won’t offer Terry a new deal when his current one runs out and therefore there is a chance he will look to secure one more big pay day.

This source points out that Terry and his family regularly holiday in Dubai and as such could be interested in ending his footballing career in the area.

Among those said to be interested are former England manager Sven Goran ­Eriksson, who is now sporting director at Al Nasr, while current UAE Pro-League champions Al-Ain and ­ambitious Al Jazira could also afford him.

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